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ROUTT COUNTY & STEAMBOAT SPRINGS DATA AS OF JANUARY 2024

New developments have made it through planning in Steamboat:

For those of you that have been curious about what is happening with the larger parcels in the downtown Riverview Development, the Steamboat Springs Planning Commission approved plans last week for a pair of residential projects that could see more than 100 residential units built across two downtown properties. For the entire article in Steamboat Pilot & Today, click here. I will update with more details in the next newsletter.  

Up on the mountain, it appears that The Amble has made some progress on moving forward, From the Steamboat Pilot & Today: “Plans to construct a 42-unit resort residential building at the base of the Steamboat ski area are moving forward after city planning officials approved a development plan for the project last week”. See entire article here

FYI:  2024 Property Tax Statements will be delayed.

The Colorado Legislature and Governor Polis recently enacted changes to laws to accommodate property tax relief, which will delay Colorado counties certifying their tax roll. The new tax roll deadline is January 24, 2024, which is two weeks later than previous years. This extra time will allow taxing authorities sufficient time to certify their mill levies and county assessors more time to compile newly required data.

Until January 24, 2024 The Assessor Property Search tool ‘Estimate Taxes’ reports the 2023 value (including any adjustments) and the 2022 mill levies. After January 24, 2024 the Assessor Property Search tool ‘Estimate Taxes’ will be updated with the 2023 mill levies for a more accurate tax estimate.  https://agner.co.routt.co.us/assessor/web/

As always, we are also happy to provide you with a current market analysis of any of your properties and discuss options if you are considering listing. The time is ripe for selling that is for sure!

I’m here to help you navigate whatever your real estate needs are and want to set you up for success!

The Yampa Valley is a desirable place to live and especially with a transition into more remote working opportunities, we will see this trend continue. The resort is infusing $200M into much needed and overdue improvements. Our valley continues to be a family oriented and tight-knit community and we experience the benefits of this every day through the good and the bad times.

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